Rocket Babe: Ant Men

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Rocket Babe: Ant Men

Post #11 by bernomatic » Mon, 04 Apr 16, 01:49 am

Stephen Dearman has released his third book in the Rocket Babe series. While those who frequent the rocketry forums may know him better as Randy, we all know THE Rocket Babe. I am looking forward to this read, and as I am old fashioned, can't wait till my copy comes in the mail. :ugeek:
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Post #12 by bernomatic » Tue, 13 Jun 17, 01:26 am

A new book is good news, but something coming between Captain Starr and Randy is enough to tear a person on two (feelings wise).

As much as the psyche would love to date Lois Lane, we would still be sad for Superman if we did.
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Post #13 by Rocket Babe » Tue, 13 Jun 17, 15:20 pm

Fear not, as Mr. Spock would say, "There are always alternatives."

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Post #14 by bernomatic » Tue, 13 Jun 17, 17:35 pm

No, no, no... It better not be one of those alternative realities thingies. That Is, unless Ono in "that outfit" some how found herself on the commander's quarters on some Starport...
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Well, I better not continue least mother of all rockets finds an empty airlock. :?
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Post #15 by Commander » Wed, 14 Jun 17, 03:26 am

bernomatic wrote:No, no, no... It better not be one of those alternative realities thingies. That Is, unless Lt. Ono in "that outfit" some how found herself in the commander's quarters on some Starport...
:o
Well, I better not continue least mother of all rockets finds an empty airlock that she wants me to visit. :?

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Re: Rocket Babe: Ant Men

Post #16 by Rocket Babe » Sun, 21 Jan 18, 03:22 am

Just as a FYI, Book 4 went to the editor today and I hear there's mention of some "star port" ;) and a certain popular lieutenant :!: might have been seen there. :shock: ;)
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Post #17 by Commander » Sun, 21 Jan 18, 16:43 pm

Oh dear :shock: .... where did I leave my Dress Whites???? :oops: :oops:
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Post #18 by luke strawwalker » Thu, 25 Jan 18, 05:38 am

Commander wrote:
bernomatic wrote:No, no, no... It better not be one of those alternative realities thingies. That Is, unless Lt. Ono in "that outfit" some how found herself in the commander's quarters on some Starport...
:o
Well, I better not continue least mother of all rockets finds an empty airlock that she wants me to visit. :?

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I think you mean "grammar"... "Grammer" makes air-ride seats for tractors, semi-trucks, and buses...

Plus he was the Captain on "Down Periscope!"... :lol:

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Post #19 by bernomatic » Sat, 27 Jan 18, 19:43 pm

Rocket Babe wrote:That's great! He'll be glad to hear you say you prefer enough detail but not too much, as we have had that discussion early on in his writing. Randy says too many authors tend to write as though their readers have no imagination at all and use too many adjectives/details to the point of being tedious. Many times the story becomes lost in the process.

And he knows that we all have our own way of seeing things or people and by giving the reader a general description but not an exact inch by inch rendition, allows the reader to connect better with the character, by seeing them in their own mind, their way. The reader creates exactly the appearance that is pleasing or acceptable to them in their own mind.

After I thought about it, it made a lot of sense.


Along this vein, I was recently listening to a Youtube video, they were discussing the Murrow boys, radio newscasters from back in the day . The story goes that one reporter was told, don't tell us the streets ran with blood, say the police officer that would wave to me every day I walked down the street, wasn't there today.
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Post #20 by Rocket Babe » Sun, 28 Jan 18, 22:40 pm

Just thought you might like to know that the man (Mike James) who created the cover for Fallen Angel will again be working with Randy to create the cover for RB-4.

From what he describes :oops: it sounds very :!: interesting. :shock: ;)

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Post #21 by Rocket Babe » Wed, 21 Feb 18, 22:40 pm

Ok, I have seen the cover for the next edition of Rocket Babe and for now I only have 1 word.

:o :o WOW! :o :o At some point soon I'll start a new thread for the new book.

:idea: I may have to post a disclaimer to go with it and BTW, how's your heart? 8-)